[Ardour-Users] [LAU] X Runs at Exactly 10 Minute Intervals

Martin Lynch martin.lynch at shaw.ca
Thu Sep 27 21:04:28 PDT 2007

Appreciate the thought Andy, however I don't have persistent patchbay 
turned on. The refresh rate is also in seconds, not minutes, but I 
thought I try changing that value (really grasping at straws at this 
point) and try it with, and without, persistent patchbay enabled. In all 
cases, same old, same old - a single X run every 10 minutes...

Andrew Johnston wrote:
> Someone posted about a similar problem a short time ago.
> In qjackctl do you have persistent patchbay connections turned on?  If 
> so, have you got it to refresh the connections every 10 minutes?  If 
> you do then that is your problem.
> Cheers,
> Andy J
> On 9/28/07, *Martin Lynch* <martin.lynch at shaw.ca 
> <mailto:martin.lynch at shaw.ca>> wrote:
>     Yes, Ubuntu Feisty, and likewise can't find any help on this in
>     the Ubuntu community (but glad it's not just my particular
>     setup..sorry!) :-)
>     I've tried all the suggestions regarding X Runs I've come across
>     and just compiled Qjackctl 1.0.3 last night but now can't get the
>     firewire to work at all - will tinker with it further tonight.
>     Are you also using the M-Audio Firewire Solo? Is there any chance
>     it's the Solo unit itself which does some sort of polling at 10
>     min intervals???
>     FYI Clemens: yes, am using the very evil proprietary Nvidia
>     drivers on a 7600 card; will try disabling the 3D acceleration
>     this evening and report back.
>     Thanks all for your continuing suggestions!
>     Hartmut Noack wrote:
>>     Hash: SHA1
>>     Martin Lynch schrieb:
>>>     Hoping someone can help me figure out what's causing X runs at precisely
>>>     10 minute intervals - not 9:59, not 10:01 but exactly 10 mins.
>>     Have you got UBUNTU?
>>     I have the exactly same problem here - and nobody in the
>>     UBuntu-Community could offer an answer.
>>     If I watch top very closely I think I can see something about HAL
>>     happening in the timeframe of question - did not manage to find any hint
>>     in the HAL-configuration though....
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